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Felicia Day is our guest on the first 404 episode live from the CNET stage at CES 2013. As the official CEA Entertainment Matters Ambassador, Felicia tells us all the perks of wearing the sash and debunks the myth that CES-goers are anti-social homebodies.
While Boy Scouts will continue to master camping, swimming, canoeing, and first aid, they can now add robot-building to the long list of coveted Scout skills.
Support provider SourceLabs sees corporate customers building new applications on open-source, rather than proprietary Java application servers.
Three smart phones: the iPhone 4, the Nokia N8 and the HTC Desire HD. But which one deserves to wear the mobile crown? Read our head-to-head-to-head to find out.
The school aims to reduce its electricity use by 15 percent over the next three years--savings the equivalent to powering about 4,500 homes.
This is the last time we let Wilson choose the show title. Good news--The 404 Wikipedia page is BACK! Edit away, but please don't redirect the page. Today we talk about a fake bus stop in Germany, a "green" iPhone app, and the iPhone 4G prototype.
Oracle is struggling to find new customers, so why not try open source as a customer acquisition tool?
Setgo's "Transport" lets you wear your gadgets across your chest.
Sony's new 8GB MP3 and video player gives Apple's iPod nano a run for its money. Think: 'nano + video support + battery life = NW-A808'
XSKN's FK MB Midnight skin labels Photoshop shortcuts right there on your keyboard.